“Alaska Range” was done representing the view from about two-thirds of the way up the upper trail from the Eielson Visitors' Center with Denali four-fitths of the way to the right side of the canvas. The residency was a wonderful experience for me and provided my first time to paint in the park on the summer side as all of my previous painting in Denali National Park has been on the winter side on the glaciers near Denali.
— Bill Brody, 2009
Bill Brody is an artist and printmaker who obtains inspiration for his work from the wilderness landscapes that he has been able to explore over the years. Sketches, journals, and photographs from his explorations are source materials for paintings, prints, and very large-scale works on forged and carved copper and bronze. A professor emeritus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) Art Department, he is known for his innovative work on the Body Language User Interface (BLUI) project. Visit his website.
Last updated: March 29, 2017